Lighthouse deepens its Indiana footprint
Lighthouse Autism Center, which provides applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), has opened the doors to two new locations in its home state of Indiana.
Lighthouse’s Valparaiso is located in a newly remodeled facility, which includes therapy spaces for learning, along with a playroom. It will provide services to over 20 families and jobs to about 30 individuals. The facility is Lighthouse’s first in northwest Indiana.
Meanwhile, the new Noblesville location is situated in suburban Indianapolis. It will blend ABA services with speech therapy as part of the provider’s Access, Together with Lighthouse Autism Center Region, which includes three other facilities in Indiana.
Overall, South Bend-based Lighthouse operates over 20 centers across the Hoosier State and southwestern Michigan.
Founded in 2012, Lighthouse provides services to children ages 2 to 18. The provider is backed by the private equity fund Abry Partners.
Utah behavioral provider opens location for dual diagnosis patients
Brighton Recovery Center, a Utah-based residential behavioral health provider that specializes in treating dual diagnosis disorders, has opened a new location in Salt Lake City.
The Brighton Community Center provides care to individuals with co-occuring mental health conditions and substance use disorders (SUD). The facility consists of six newly remodeled buildings, totaling about 29,000 total square feet. The property also houses a 4,800-square-foot recreation building, which includes a coffee shop, yoga studio, gym, thrift shop, computer lab, game room and community meeting hall.
It offers day treatment and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), as well as a sober residence with 50 beds and a detox residence with six beds.
Brighton Recovery Center also operates in Murray, Sandy and South Ogden, Utah.
Massachusetts SUD treatment provider opens new center
Springfield, Massachusetts-based Right Choice Health Group, which operates addiction treatment centers throughout the state, has opened a new location in Framingham.
The new center in the western Massachusetts will treat individuals suffering from alcohol and opioid use disorder (OUD), offering medication-assisted treatments (MAT) using medications such as methadone, suboxone and vivitrol.
The location will offer inpatient, outpatient, IOP and residential treatment. Programs for pregnant women battling addiction are also available, along with virtual services.
Right Choice Health Group operates nine centers across Massachusetts and accepts various commercial insurances, in addition to Medicare and Medicaid.